Apartment Therapy heard me

You've seen me share inspiration on grey bedrooms--we're ready to re-do ours (again).

While Pinterest-ing recently, I linked to Apartment Therapy--they have a whole article on picking the best greys, and on grey bedrooms!
Both pics from Domino, like, a while ago

Grey bedrooms... article from February of 2008.  I'm a little behind on this trend, obvs.
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Choosing the best greys, from January of 2010... so, I'm not as late reading that one...
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And this February they posted that grey is still in.  Oh, good.  Cuz I'm just getting around to implementing my lovely grey bedroom idea.
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And, if you needed any more convincing, Colour Me Happy has a great (2009) piece about using grey in your home/what you need to know... helpful stuff! 
And doesn't this living room look like something from an early James Bond movie?
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We're planning on painting the bedroom grey.  Finally.  This week!  I swear, we are!

10 comments

  1. I love this post so much!
    If you're looking for some more inspiration, I've got a bunch of these pinned already...
    My sister and I are planning on painting our mom's bedroom grey - once we talk her into it. She sees grey as this cold, unfeeling, steely and sterile color, but these pics and the ones I have pinned for her are proof that it can be a gorgeous backdrop for a sexy and feminine room!

    http://pinterest.com/bodicegoddess/the-great-secret-project/

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  2. beautiful! i love grey with splashes of yellow and clean white trim. so chic

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  3. Thanks for the link, @Maggie! Grey doesn't have to be cold and sterile at all!

    Mmm, grey and white and yellow...

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  4. I've been thinking about redecorating my bedroom for quite some time and I'm liking the looks of these a lot!

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  5. In love with grays and light blues together they just look so good. This combo is going to be my bedroom color next time

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  6. I once painted the hallway in my house grey - the only time in my life I did a quick repaint. It quikly became like living in the bowels of a battleship, no matter how much colour I added to accessories. I say don't do it.

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  7. Agreed!
    After going to a paint store and looking at the cooler color palate, she was very leery of doing grey at all. But then I told her about how my sister and I had been on the phone with each other for 3-4 hours looking online at greys before arriving on the earthy ones we have all picked out. Since her house is mostly earth tones, we've got to go earthy.
    The grey I picked for my new bedroom is mostly a medium, "regular" grey so it'll work with my midcentury teak bedroom set and jewel toned accessories, and is enough of a neutral so that the homeowners can use that room for whatever when I eventually move out.

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  8. Every room in my house is a different shade of gray! I just love it so much it can be a neutral backdrop for bold colors.

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  9. As a fellow Pacific-Northwester, we had a few gray rooms awhile back, and we found they just don't work well in this part of the coutnry. With all the rain, rain, rain even a very warm gray can be pretty depressing for most of the year. I found I couldn't stand it and we repainted. While I still love gray, we have now confined it to just one very small area in a hall rather than an entire room. Personally, I think the gray bedroom trend is one better left to other, sunnier climates.

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  10. I actually enjoyed reading through this posting.Many thanks.




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